SmartPhone Repair Lab

About The SmartPhone Repair Lab

As technology improves and evolves, so do our services and business.  The SmartPhone Repair Lab is the Southeast’s first microtechery. We are Master Technicians repairing everything from cracked screens and broken charger ports to the much more complicated, micro problems, beyond what standard smartphone repair shops are able to handle. We specialize in repairing iPhone, iPads, iPods, smartphones with Android and Windows, tablets, mp3 players, gaming devices, computers and more. And, our Master Technicians do it all in-house, saving you money while providing superior customer service and care.

We are always putting ourselves under the microscope.  We have a responsibility to you, our customer, and we have a dedicated commitment to grow and progress. With over 30 years of combined experience and success in the wireless industry, the operators of The SmartPhone Repair Lab are continually current on all of the latest industry-leading methods and techniques.  We will share our knowledge with you and never forget you make us who we are.

The SmartPhone Repair Lab Locations

Smart Phone Technician


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Smart Phone Technician

St. Augustine

1576 U.S. Highway 1 South
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

Did you know?

For every million cell phones we recycle, 35,000 pounds of copper, 772 pounds of silver, 75 pounds of gold and 33 pounds of palladium can be recovered.

Over 60 percent of the world’s population has a cell phone.

Only 10 to 15 percent of cell phones worldwide are recycled.

Our Committment to Our Customers & The Earth

Cell Phone Repair Warranty

Outstanding Warranty

The SmartPhone Repair Lab offers a 120 day warranty on repair parts. As long as there is no physical or liquid damage, bring the device back and we’ll replace it, no questions asked. Water treatment service carries a 30 day warranty.

Cell Phone Recycling

We Recycle

We gladly accept your old electronics for proper recycling. It is estimated that over 400,000 cell phones are thrown away in the United States every day. The electronic waste is crushed or burned until everything that was once safely encapsulated in the phone’s casing is exposed. Consequently, over time, toxins such as lead, mercury and arsenic are leached into the environment.